Angela Merkel Fact-Shames Donald Trump, Again
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« on: June 29, 2017, 03:29:57 am »

After running a presidential campaign that, improbably, turned out to be successful, Donald Trump has struggled mightily with the job of actually being president. Considering he entered the Oval Office with no relevant experience, that probably shouldn’t come as a surprise, but his inability to do basically anything his job title entails—and refrain from doing things it doesn’t—has still been magnificent to behold. Health-care legislation? Who knew it could be “so complicated.” Tax reform? We’re still waiting for an update on Steve Mnuchin’s bar-napkin plan. Hiring staff? As of earlier this month, nearly 90 percent of top government positions remained unfilled. Refraining from firing off unhinged tweets endorsing the notion that Barack Obama colluded with Russia; threatening the former director of the F.B.I. with imaginary “tapes” of their conversations; and attacking a retailer for being mean to his adult daughter? Sorry, “Papa Bear” don’t roll like that.

http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2017/06/angela-merkel-fact-shames-donald-trump-again
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« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2017, 03:53:51 am »

Seriously, he had 30,000 people on average at his rallies, Clinton could barely get 3,000 without having Beyoncé open for her, because most of them left after the concert. It was in no way improbable that he won. It was SO obvious, that you clearly do not have a grasp on REALITY.

As far as struggled, that's a matter of perception as well. He has kicked major ass and honestly you are being delusional. Are you really going to waste your time trying to convince us that he's weak or something? Do you REALLY think that's going to have any effect, whatsoever? Again, you are living in a dream world, far away from REALITY. You're just not even close to an accurate perspective of things and you're trying to manipulate ours.
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« Reply #2 on: June 29, 2017, 04:05:33 am »

Seriously, he had 30,000 people on average at his rallies, Clinton could barely get 3,000 without having Beyoncé open for her, because most of them left after the concert. It was in no way improbable that he won. It was SO obvious, that you clearly do not have a grasp on REALITY.

As far as struggled, that's a matter of perception as well. He has kicked major ass and honestly you are being delusional. Are you really going to waste your time trying to convince us that he's weak or something? Do you REALLY think that's going to have any effect, whatsoever? Again, you are living in a dream world, far away from REALITY. You're just not even close to an accurate perspective of things and you're trying to manipulate ours.

Yeah and he also had millions of people at his inauguration!  Do you really believe the things that you say?  Clinton got 3 million more votes.

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« Reply #3 on: June 29, 2017, 06:49:48 am »

After running a presidential campaign that, improbably, turned out to be successful, Donald Trump has struggled mightily with the job of actually being president. Considering he entered the Oval Office with no relevant experience, that probably shouldn’t come as a surprise, but his inability to do basically anything his job title entails—and refrain from doing things it doesn’t—has still been magnificent to behold. Health-care legislation? Who knew it could be “so complicated.” Tax reform? We’re still waiting for an update on Steve Mnuchin’s bar-napkin plan. Hiring staff? As of earlier this month, nearly 90 percent of top government positions remained unfilled. Refraining from firing off unhinged tweets endorsing the notion that Barack Obama colluded with Russia; threatening the former director of the F.B.I. with imaginary “tapes” of their conversations; and attacking a retailer for being mean to his adult daughter? Sorry, “Papa Bear” don’t roll like that.

http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2017/06/angela-merkel-fact-shames-donald-trump-again

isnt this the same lady that invited hundreds of thousands of 18-30 year old muslim men to live in her country off the tax payers and who now spend their time raping women?
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« Reply #4 on: June 29, 2017, 06:51:51 am »

Seriously, he had 30,000 people on average at his rallies, Clinton could barely get 3,000 without having Beyoncé open for her, because most of them left after the concert. It was in no way improbable that he won. It was SO obvious, that you clearly do not have a grasp on REALITY.

As far as struggled, that's a matter of perception as well. He has kicked major ass and honestly you are being delusional. Are you really going to waste your time trying to convince us that he's weak or something? Do you REALLY think that's going to have any effect, whatsoever? Again, you are living in a dream world, far away from REALITY. You're just not even close to an accurate perspective of things and you're trying to manipulate ours.

Yeah and he also had millions of people at his inauguration!  Do you really believe the things that you say?  Clinton got 3 million more votes.



and how many millions of illegals got to vote though? either way popular vote means nothing because thats not how a president gets elected. ELECTORAL COLLEGE. say it three times so you guys remember it
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« Reply #5 on: June 29, 2017, 10:06:16 am »

I wonder if Merkel will admit the facts of her "ya'll come on in" open borders policy.     
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« Reply #6 on: June 29, 2017, 05:32:31 pm »

I wonder if Merkel will admit the facts of her "ya'll come on in" open borders policy.     

Here's Merkel's favorite song "Ya'll Come!"   
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkxA61_fWIc
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« Reply #7 on: June 29, 2017, 05:43:25 pm »

Seriously, he had 30,000 people on average at his rallies, Clinton could barely get 3,000 without having Beyoncé open for her, because most of them left after the concert. It was in no way improbable that he won. It was SO obvious, that you clearly do not have a grasp on REALITY.

As far as struggled, that's a matter of perception as well. He has kicked major ass and honestly you are being delusional. Are you really going to waste your time trying to convince us that he's weak or something? Do you REALLY think that's going to have any effect, whatsoever? Again, you are living in a dream world, far away from REALITY. You're just not even close to an accurate perspective of things and you're trying to manipulate ours.

Yeah and he also had millions of people at his inauguration!  Do you really believe the things that you say?  Clinton got 3 million more votes.


Not that the popular votes, which included an estimated 6 million votes from people who had no business voting, mean anything...
or that Trump knew he could not win the states of New York and California so he intentionally didn't waste time or money campaigning there.   There is also the issue at the inauguration.. it was RAINING!   Don't you remember Dubbya Bush putting on his rain poncho?   Also, for the first time ever, Trump was smart enough and considerate enough to provide areas of cover for the people attending so they would not get rained on.  For that reason a lot of them went under those enclosures - leaving bare spots of open grass.  Then there is the issue that the inauguration was held in Washington DC.. which is populated by an almost entirely Moonbat community.  Hillary got 91% of the votes of Washington DC.. Trump got just 4%.. and you wonder why there might not be a lot of Trump supporters in Washinton DC? 

Washington DC (like other capitol cities) is like a steaming pile of Pelosi, where all the people wanting free handouts, government giveaways, etc. go to live.  They figure they can get their welfare checks faster if they go to the belly of the beast. 

https://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/district-of-columbia
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